Help with B&B in Oaxaca

Old Jun 30th, 2005, 04:22 PM
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Help with B&B in Oaxaca

We will be traveling to Oaxaca in March, staying for 2 weeks. We think we have narrowed down accommodations to the following B&B's:

Los Golondrinas
Casa de los Sabores
Las Bugambilias

Any others to consider? We would like to stay around $100 US.

Thanks so much for your help!
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Old Jul 4th, 2005, 04:18 PM
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To this list we are thinking of adding Casa Cid de Leon, Hostal del Sotano, and Casa Oaxaca. We have decided we could spend more for lodging considering this is a 60th birthday trip for my sweet wife. Your help would be so very much appreciated as we are looking for a romantic, special place for our two weeks.
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Old Jul 4th, 2005, 08:47 PM
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We stayed at Las Bugambillas and liked very much. Ask for the best rooms, for a little more they are woth it they have been recently renovated and are very nice, good bathrooms. Location is excellent,and the fact that the rest La Olla is next to it is great because food there is delicious and it also is inexpensive and service is good. Besides the owners of LB are charming . Breakfast is a feast each day. On top they to have a front desk and phone calls to the US are cheapest you can imagine.
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We stayed for a week in February at Casa de los Sabores and really enjoyed it. It's owned by the same people who own Las Bugambilias and the chef from La Olla holds her cooking classes at Los Sabores. Very good service, excellent breakfasts, we loved it!
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Old Dec 13th, 2005, 12:08 PM
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I stayed Casa de los Sabores last year because Las Bugambilias was completely full. Simple but comfortable. Gourmet Mexican breakfasts, helpful staff. Owners are a nice family.

My only caveat is that the rooms at los Sabores facing the street are noisy so request an interior courtyard room.
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Old Dec 13th, 2005, 02:57 PM
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We are staying at Casa Cid de Leon in January. I'll post when we return. We decided to splurge after reading some rave reviews on trip advisor. We are staying a week, and got a slightly lower rate by asking if there was a different rate for a week.
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I'm also going to be at Casa Cid de Leon in January. Will give a report.
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